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Approval of the “Britain Refugee Expulsion Bill” will be carried out by Rwandan Africans

Approval of the “Britain Refugee Expulsion Bill” will be carried out by Rwandan Africans

After a long debate, the British Parliament finally approved the plan to deport “illegal” refugees from Rwanda. This decision will mean the transfer of hundreds of refugees who have entered the UK illegally, to the African country of Rwanda.

This bill will be implemented in July, but the approval of this plan took months and the representatives of the British parliament wanted some reforms and changes in this bill proposed by the government.

Although officials believe that Rwanda is safe for these refugees, some of them have criticized the new laws and believe that this action is in conflict with international laws.

Human rights groups also criticized the approval of this plan and described it as a violation of international laws and a danger to the future security of refugees.

The process of expelling refugees from Rwanda was one of the controversial plans of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and this decision has also been the subject of many criticisms.